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GTK 3.6.1, GLib 2.34.1 and WebKitGTK 1.10.1

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GTK 3.6.1

Description:

GTK+ is a multi-platform toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces. Offering a complete set of widgets, GTK+ is suitable for projects ranging from small one-off projects to complete application suites.

Changelog:

CSS:

  • huge refactoring to avoid computing wrong values
  • treeview: Invalidate children properly
  • treeview: Fix computing child paths

Broadway:

  • use binary websockets when available

Bugs fixed:

  • (646221) – Imperfect Russian translation of ‘Print preview’…
  • (682395) – Nautilus tabs have black background
  • (684517) – window: Delay showing auto mnemonics on focus in
  • (684639) – GTK+ 3.5.18 makes Epiphany unusable
  • (684984) – No focus rendering for Icon Views in SELECTION_N…
  • (685449) – Non-uniform borders on GtkScrolledWindow break c…
  • (685996) – trivial build fix: test uses = not ==
  • Fix a multi-display problem in touch handle code
  • App chooser: respect NoDisplay

GTK 3.6.1


GLib 2.34.1

Description:

GLib is the low-level core library that forms the basis for projects such as GTK+ and GNOME. It provides data structure handling for C, portability wrappers, and interfaces for such runtime functionality as an event loop, threads, dynamic loading, and an object system.

Changelog:

Bug fixes:

  • (631382) – GTimeZone support for zoneinfo version 1
  • (685037) – g_strcmp0: Returns shall include values less…
  • (685069) – Leak in glib-compile-resources
  • (684882) – Gsettings should spaw a warning when binding…
  • (685208) – missing g_return_if_fail
  • (685608) – Port gio tests from pygobject to pygi
  • (686119) – dtrace, gobject_probes.d, the last three pro…
  • Fix gdb support script

GLib 2.34.1


WebKitGTK 1.10.1

Description:

WebKitGTK is the GNOME platform port of the WebKit rendering engine. Offering WebKit’s full functionality through a set of GObject-based APIs, it is suitable for projects requiring any kind of web integration, from hybrid HTML/CSS applications to full-fledged web browsers.

Changelog:

  • Fix an infinite recursive loop in the accessibility code when browsing pages with ARIA.
  • Fix the MinGW build in the spellchecker.
  • Restore support for Geode processors.
  • Use XDamage to improve accelerated compositing performance.
  • Fix a crash when accelerated compositing is disabled.
  • Fix a bug causing plugins to be invisible.
  • Fix accelerated content visibility issues on ATI drivers.

WebKitGTK 1.10.1


 
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  • Swapnil Chitnis

    I don’t know if this problem is with GTK or X11 (please correct me). Applications in Linux don’t show controls in the titlebar. Looks as if it’s not possible. On Windows and OSX, there are controls on the titlebar. This screenshot of iTunes for example : http://cdn.iphonehacks.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/itunes-11-search-interface.jpg (you can see media controls on the titlebar). Also in Chrome and Firefox on Windows and OSX, the tabs are “on the titlebar”. On Linux, Chrome has it’s own Window decorator for this. The titlebar buttons are not matching the GTK ones. I’m no expert, please forgive me if I’ve said anything incorrect. I hope you get what I mean. I’m just curious :)

    • billtoulas

      Hello Swapnil!
      Chrome and Firefox can be changed to look native. Look how you can do it here: http://worldofgnome.org/adwaita-theme-for-chrome-and-firefox/
      About the controls in the title bar… In Gnome Shell, you can either drag the top panel when an application is in fullscreen mode, or click its icon on the top panel to get its gmenu that contains the controls. Sometimes like in the case of Nautilus (Files) and Epiphany (Web) you will also find an actions menu button on the top right.

      • Swapnil Chitnis

        No I didn’t simply mean “looking native”. User moimael got my point right!

    • moimael

      That’s called client side window decoration and it is not possible with X11 (to keep consistency between apps) but this is gonna change in the future with wayland which permit to do that. (i don’t know if it’s a good or bad thing…)